Eddie Vedder Debuts New Song In Brazil

(Radio.com) Eddie Vedder has been a busy man, releasing Pearl Jam's newest album, Lightning Bolt, last October. He's also been embarking on some lucrative solo gigs, including a 32-song set in Sao Paolo, Brazil, earlier this week.

During that show, which featured Neil Young and Ramones covers in addition to a few duets with Glen Hansard, Consequence of Sound reports, Vedder debuted a brand new song - which, to add to its intrigue, has no name.

"I'll play this song, then I'll go learn it," the frontman quips before breaking into the all-acoustic number, which fans are dubbing "I Won't Hold On."

Though the bumps in the road are obvious - it's a new tune, after all - the song certainly shows promise as a tender ballad, featuring expressive Vedder vocals posed against simple, steady acoustic guitar.

The setlist also included multiple Pearl Jam tracks - "Better Man" and "Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town," for instance. Hansard joined the singer on a number of tunes, including a cover of his own "Falling Slowly," while Vedder kicked off the set with "The Moon Song," Karen O's pleasant tune from the Her soundtrack. more on this story

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